Great, another question, how do I restore this?
Is it possible to restore a single file? what happens if a file is shared
between 2 tar files?
> > what is the command line for using tar to spliting tar file as 1gb each.
> > I know multiple volume (-M) to be used, but didn't get that working.
> > I tried tar -L 100000 -Mcf test.tar /usr
> > but it is prompt me to continue and if i type 'y' then it continue but
> > make no files. except the first one. what I am doing wrong here?
> > /nightman
> This will work:
> tar -M -L 100000 -cf test1.tar -f test2.tar -f test3.tar (-f testN.tar)
> I have done this many times...
> You should be able to create 10 tar files at once before tar craps out on
> you. As long as you keep it to 10 or less, you should be fine.
> Good luck,
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